Manchester Metropolitan University
The course explores the potential of collaborative practice. You will experiment with approaches to collaboration, challenging traditional disciplinary boundaries, subjectivities, roles and hierarchies. You will develop a personal line of enquiry that will be negotiated and applied through a collaborative project. Collaborations may involve communities, collectives, pedagogies, networks, environments, ethics, public arts, cultural activism, anthropology, sustainability, politically or socially engaged practices and more. Students come from a range of disciplines and share a commitment to the exchange of ideas in a creative forum as a powerful way to learn. You will be supported in the articulation of your ideas, development of working methods and the realisation of personal projects through a regular taught seminar series, individual and group tutorials, visits and guest speakers.
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